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ALARUM watches, 182

Alexander, Sir James, 5, 42, 43, 70 Allen, John, 5o

Almanack, nautical (old form of), 181 Amiral, met with, 158

-his tribe the most civilised, 162 Andersson, 2, 3

in charge at Sand Fountain, 21 - from Otjimbingue to Bay, 50 - returns with waggons, 58

- reconnoitres from Schmelen's

Hope, 76

- remains in Damaraland, 192 - his history after we parted, 193 Arrows, poisoned, 176 (see Bows)


BAM, Rev., 1 i

Barmen, reach, 51

- return to, 150

Barter, 8 (see Presents) Benguela, 4, 207

Bivouac (see Encampment) Boers, 4

-- history of the 'Trek Boers, 212 -- settled in Benguela, 208

stalwart through selection, 211 Bows, poor skill with, 124

Bows, musical instrument, 117 Bushmen, 95 (see Namaquas, Hot

tentots)

--- mimicry, 131

- buried for witchcraft, 72 - consult their wives, io8 - pitfalls, ,o6, 174 - springes, 174

- bodyguard to Nangoro, 131 - at 'Tounobis, 166


CAPE TOWN, left, 9

- route overland to Walfisch Bay,

14

Capital, want of, among natives, 162 Cattle (see Oxen)

Chikorongo-onkompe, " Chik," r to Clicks, in singing hymns, 18 --- doubled, 164 Cockatrice, 174

Cold, 145

- at Walfisch Bay, 191, 211 Colours of wild beasts, 187 Compass, pocket, 18o - azimuth, 181 Coquette, Ghou Damara, 63 - Ovampo, 130, 134